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Five acts not to miss at The Hague's Rewire Festival

If you’re in the Netherlands this weekend, you should be at the Rewire Festival.

The adventurous and eclectic Dutch event returns for a fourth edition this weekend (November 7-8), bringing over 50 of the world’s most cutting-edge artists to various venues across The Hague. Find out more about the festival and check out five acts you can’t miss over the next five pages.

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Friday – Paard II – 01:45-02:45

He eschewed the hardcore continuum for time and space on his latest opus, KOCH — no matter what he has in store for Rewire, expect something oneiric.

Friday – Paard I – 00:00-01:00

As we wait for his Young Turks / XL debut album, the Welsh youngster brings his melancholy electronic symphonies to The Hague.

Saturday – Paard I – 00:30-01:30

The modular synth king anchors Day Two with a live performance of last year’s excellent album The Inheritors; what better time to see his impressive homemade gear?

Friday – Paard II – 00:00-00:45

The former Hype Williams agitator is scheduled for a brief set at the midnight hour, and — as is the case with her releases — we have no idea what to expect but have no doubt that it’ll be memorable.

Friday – Paard I – 03:30-04:30

The prolific Planet Mu regular released one of the year’s most impressive dance full-lengths in Endgame — come see that and more as he closes the festival.

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